Greg Futrell is a Cottonwood Heights chiropractor who serves Cottonwood Heights and the surrounding communities in UT.
Dr. Gregory Futrell has been actively involved in health care for over 30 years. He is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic and now practices in Salt Lake City, Utah for the past 20 years as a Board Licensed Chiropractic Physician. Dr. Futrell has worked with athletes, professionals, and many hard working people in the Salt Lake, Utah and San Jose, California areas. Dr. Gregory Futrell owns Canyon View Chiropractic which serves surrounding communities, such as, Cottonwood Heights, Sandy, Murray, Midvale, Holladay, Taylorsville, Kerns, Draper and other areas. He has helped people from all around the nation and world that have visited Salt Lake City and that continue to return.
Dr. Futrell takes the health of every person that seeks his help very seriously. He has been very successful in helping people that have been injured in auto accidents, sports, work related accidents, while just doing activities in the home or unexplained symptoms. Patients of Dr. Greg Futrell have found him to be "compationate", "intuitive", "friendly", "straight forward", and "very reasonable in his fees".
Dr. Gregory Futrell enjoys spending as much time as possible with his wife and 5 boys playing sports, spending time in the outdoors, or just hanging out having fun. He has focused on his own well being through marathons, triathlons, basketball, fishing, mountain biking, camping and hiking. Dr. Greg currently is a Scout Master, as he helps the boys of his community learn good values, practical life skills, while working their way up to achieve Eagle Scout. Dr. Greg has also achieved Eagle scout in his youth. He was raised in Burbank, CA(Southern California) with supportive and loving parents. He continues to be an active member of his church, while always trying to improve his life as a serving member of his community, supportive father and loving husband.
Dr. Gregory Futrell believes in the philosophy that it is better to discover the origin of a condition or health problem, than it is to mask the symptoms and disregard the healing process.